Demarcus Robinson – Unsigned
It’s going to be some time before Robinson’s situation is resolved most likely—at least a few weeks into free agency. Even the top receivers have seen the market slow to get moving so far in free agency with major attention going to other positions, and a loaded draft class only makes things worse. In a down year fiscally speaking, the market is even worse for wideouts given the glut of talent. That’s going to require patience for Robinson to sort things out.
Ricky Seals-Jones – Unsigned
Looking back, we all read way too much into a signing that was honestly for the veteran minimum for a single season. That’s how hungry Chiefs Kingdom has been for a respectable second tight end behind Travis Kelce in order to take advantage of end zone mismatches (and in case something ever happens). We all thought Seals-Jones might bring a new level of pass catching prowess to the role but he hardly ever saw the field in his only season with the team. No chance he returns.
Anthony Sherman – Retired
The Sausage has retired. Nothing more to say other than we’re going to miss the contributions and charisma (and those training camp outfits)!
Daniel Sorensen – Re-signed 1-year deal
The Chiefs have brought back Dirty Dan for another season with a one-year offer in the second week of free agency that will secure the team’s safety trio of Tyrann Mathieu, Juan Thornhill, and Sorensen for a third full season. At this point in his career, Sorensen is going to likely take it year by year, which should be just fine with the Chiefs.
Charvarius Ward – Given 2nd round tender as RFA
The Chiefs just extended a second-round tender to Ward shortly before the RFA deadline, which is good news for both Ward and the Chiefs. If he returns, then the Chiefs have a dynamic young core with great depth well before the draft. If he’s signed away from the team, then the Chiefs will be loaded with another second round pick at their disposal in addition to the extra picks they have to use in the fourth and fifth rounds.